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I wouldn't go with league averages, but with the players you expect to be drafted in your league. Stats of players who won't have an impact on the fantasy game might skew your numbers.
When comparing non-cumulative stats, you have to weight them correctly, factoring in at bats, plate appearances, innings pitched, and so on. For example, in a 12-team league Manny Ramirez' .325 average will help a team more than Barry Bonds' .341 thanks to Ramirez' greater number of at bats.
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